Nintendo will reveal Switch Online service details early next month

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It is time for Nintendo fans to turn on the hype train, as the company announced the date and time in which they made their presentation at E3 2018.

Early on June 12th, Nintendo will debut a video featuring the upcoming Super Smash Bros. game as well as others that will be released in 2018.

As per usual, Nintendo will kick off the convention with the annual E3 Direct presentation, which will air Tuesday, June 12 at 9 a.m. PT.

Adding to the information, the Nintendo E3 show will be pre-recorded video presentation which will be available to watch online, as always.

Invitational 2018 will start "right after the conclusion of the Splatoon 2 World Championship finals on June 12".

Even though we know a little bit about the paid online service coming to the Nintendo Switch later on this year, there's still quite a bit we don't.

Nintendo has announced its initial plans for the E3 2018 convention.

This figure is a lot and speaks about Nintendo's strong ambition this year, which makes sense given the fact that a new Smash Bros. game is soon going to be launched. You can also watch on Nintendo's E3 2018 site, here.

Nintendo has eschewed the typical E3 press conferences held by platform holders like Microsoft and Sony for the past few years, choosing instead to focus its attention on a number of livestreams and a typically, game-focused booth. The success of Super Mario Odyssey has seen steady sales for the game that has shown no sign of slowing down. Additional details about how fans can attend in-person will be shared in the future. The cult following of this game has been requesting Epic Games to also release it on the Switch. This will feature a glimpse at their upcoming titles, including Super Smash Bros. on Nintendo Switch.

Nintendo has announced that its Switch console sold 17.79 million units during its first year and has introduced a new company president, while the hacking community has discovered a critical security exploit in the hardware's design.

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